‘Ma arif‘… It is arabic for ‘I don’t know‘… It is a phrase I’m capable of expressing in seven different languages… possibly the handiest phrase of them all. It is a multipurpose, multi-utility, trans-cultural universal time-saver, usable and reusable across different categories of questions. Personally, I use this phrase most...
“The place in question, is Mumbai. Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘mum‘ meaning ‘Mother’, and the Urdu word ‘bai‘, meaning ‘brother’, the city had a family atmosphere to it.”from - Hamish Joy’s Travel Guide: Episode 1, read the full article...
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